At the Linley Jones Firm, P.C., Ms. Gore works hard with the team every day to advocate for clients, providing the kind of top-tier representation for which the firm is known. She puts to use her talent for legal research to find paths forward for clients’ cases.
Taylor Gore graduated cum laude from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in 2020. Ms. Gore, an Alabama native, completed her undergraduate degree at Auburn University where she received a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in Political Science with a Spanish language minor.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Gore gained meaningful experience collaborating with individuals, government agencies, and nonprofits in varying capacities. Ms. Gore began her legal career working for a large plaintiffs’ firm in Birmingham, Alabama. This experience afforded an opportunity to manage a large volume of clients while developing an understanding of the civil litigation process. Most recently, Ms. Gore clerked for a boutique plaintiffs’ firm in Louisville, Kentucky focusing on civil litigation to enforce protections for rural communities in Kentucky.
During law school, Ms. Gore received multiple fellowships. As a Resilience Justice Fellow, Ms. Gore performed interdisciplinary research to address health, environmental, and social disparities in low-income communities. This experience gave rise to Ms. Gore’s ability to thoroughly investigate and resolve issues. In 2019, Ms. Gore received another fellowship to work for the United States Department of the Interior. There, Ms. Gore participated in litigation representing the National Park Service in the Eleventh Circuit. Ms. Gore was also a member of the Journal of Animal and Environmental Law at the University of Louisville. Ms. Gore’s journal note was selected for publication in Spring 2021.
Each of these experiences reinforced Ms. Gore’s commitment to ensuring quality legal representation. Ms. Gore’s dedication, work ethic, and integrity allow her to provide quality representation to each of the firm’s clients.